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TORCH 1979 

SPRING HILL COLLEGE 

MOBILE, ALABAMA 




Last minute studying and 

Watching the sunrise from your desk 

. . . Wondering if it will ever end 









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A movie, a dance, a partj 

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IN MEMORY OF 



A friend to those who knew 
him, Mark Ridgely will be re- 
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especially his brothers to whom 
he meant so much. 

The Brothers of Phi Kappa Tau 



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SPORTS 



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crutches. 



POWDER PUFF 



The New Freshmen team poses for a picture. 







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Kevin Sweeney moves out of the line of scrimmage before the game commences. 



Spring Hill College always did have the best looking women. 






Did we win? 



You mean the goal was the other way Coach? 




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Fr. Charlie Coyle really seems to get into the swing of things. 




It might help if you opened your eyes. 




Debbie Farnsworth seems to have trouble keeping her date on th( 
dance floor. 



Chris Burkitt takes lessons on how to "rol 



Paul Kasper keeps an evil eye on his date for the night. 




Pete Foote demonstrates his version of the Spring Hill 
Disco step. 




HALLOWEEN 




Gerry and Lydia prepare to take flight. 




John Tresslar cuddles up to something warm. 




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Eddy Lose smiles as he approves a brew concocted in 
Dr. Kearley's own lab. 



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Some Freshmen still have not learned that college is supposed to make you 
grow up. 



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ROYAL LICHTENSTEIN CIRCUS 




With all the animals around Spring Hill how could you possibly 
be afraid of a little monkey Bill? 








The ring leader of the circus gives the students an 
idea of how to get high. 



^ I pitch baseball I don't shine shoes, mumbles Icy 
Cold Kevin Galvin. 




John Frenking awaits for a beautiful girl to ap- 
pear from under the hankerchief. 







The circus can sell anything to the Spring Hil 
students. 




Friends of the clowns attempt feats of high acrobatics 



MARDI GRAS 




Some people really seem to lose their sanity during such fes- 
tive events. 



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The First Annual Mardi Gras Court; Burd Graham, Linda Padden, Karen Ryan, 
Julia Kumpher, Andy LaPointe, Jim McGah, Sean Early, Kevin Flynn, and 
anonymous. 




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Tom Kintz shows off some fancy headgear during the parade. 



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In case you didn't know, the eclipse was a few days prior to the parade. 
What else could the grand sunglasses be for? 




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Hey Jim, You looked better with the mad mask on. 



As usual Wayne Vicknair always tries to stand out in a 
crowd. 





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Some of the Ladies Auxiliary model with their lady of the ship. 




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Brother Blank gets into the action by hauling the 
Fruit of the Loom gang. 



Either thats a very old man or a very expensive 
mask. 



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OLYMPICS 




Reenee Namen, the new natural look . . . Must feel good. 

The crowd grimaces as the opponents swing with terror to see 
who gets the clay bath. 



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Mary Alma Durrett takes a break from picture takmg to chat with alumni Ro 
Siemssen. 




Terry Scheiber tries with all his might to prevent the bursting of the balloon 
which would disqualify his team. 





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What can one really say about this? Its a definite biological 
phenomenon. 

Looks like a little tar and feather action. 




above) Robert Nuno really gets into the balloon toss. (Below) Ann Reier really knows how to 
landle the rough blow of her opponent. 





PARENT'S WEEKEND 




Kathy Saxer dances with her father. 



Fr. Robert Rimes and Mr. Blackwell greet a friend at the Saturday night reception. 



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You don't have to be a Jesuit to wear a coat like these. Fr. Gerald Regan 
and Mr. Zungalia discuss fashions. 




P>. Paul S. Tipton officiates at the Parent's Weekend mass. 




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they're taking our picture, 
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Namen. 



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HONORS CONVOCATION 






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ALUMNI WEEKEND 




BACCALAUREATE 




COMMENCEMENT 













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SENIOR PROM 





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AVENUE OF OAKS FINALE 





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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




The Student Government is the official organ rep- 
resenting the entire student body and has an obliga- 
tion to serve the student body by representing its 
student opinions, attitudes, needs, and desires to the 
proper college authorities. By encompassing a v^ide 
variety of interests and activities in its services, the 
Student Government provides entertainment for 
students in the form of w^eekend movies and 
frequent dances. It offers intellectual stimulation for 
the more serious student through its lecture series 
and international film series. The Student Govern- 
ment also operates the T.O.H. and the game room 
both of which provide hours of leisure time for ev- 
ery campus student. Finally if not for Student Gov- 
ernment fees and the allocation of these fees by 
S.G., many clubs and organizations v^ould be lim- 
ited in their activities due to lack of funds. 



Seated: Linda Padden, President and Burd Graham, secretary. Standing: 
Joe Ackles, Vice-President and John Cunningham, treasurer. 




Andrew Coleman is either hstening intently to Dan 
Elcan or seriously studying Pier Shonekas' face. 



Marty Turner and Martha Morris take all S.G. meetings with a sincere frame of mind. 



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Left to right: Roy Baldwin, Tim 
O'Connor, Bunky Scarborough, Pat 
O'Connell, Marty Turner, Mike 
Callahan, Vlad Martinez, Pier Sho- 
nekas, John Kendrick, Dan Elcan, 
and Sally Dickey. 



President Linda Padden 

Vice President Joe Ackels 

Secretary Bird Graham 

Treasurer John Cunningham 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Michael Kaffer 

Senior Class Jim Ackels, Roy Baldwin, 

Kathy Mueller, Sally Dickey. 

Junior Class Vlad Martinez, Tim O'Connor 

Dan Elcan, 
Pier Shonekas. 

Sophomore Class Mike Callahan, Marty Turner 

Colleen Gleason, John Kendrick 

Freshman Class Pat O'Connell, Bunky 

Scarborough, Andrew Coleman, John Pilley. 





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ALPHA LAMBDA TAU 



Top Row: Kristen Whitlock, Andre St. Marten. Row 2: Cindy Smith, Kathleen Doehring. Row 3: Karen Kuers, 
Cheryl Sadoski, Joycelyn Moody. Row 4: Mary Ellen Morris, Janet Willcox, Joy Atchison, Anne Marie Mur- 
phy. Front Row: Mary Finnorn, Anna Diaz, Marguerite Naman, Lisa Ingala, Debbie Mesmer, Sue Rogge. 



The purpose of Alpha 
Lambda Tau is to promote 
and honor academic ex- 
cellence among women and 
to sponsor projects which 
will be a benefit to the Col- 
lege. Among some of the 
projects that the organiza- 
tion aids the college in is the 
selection of the Teacher of 
the Year. 




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PHI ETA SIGMA 



Phi Eta Sigma is a national college scholastic 
honor society for freshmen men and women. It was 
founded at the University of Illinois in 1923 and is a 
member of the Association of College Honor So- 
cieties. Its goal is to encourage and reward high 
scholastic achievement among freshmen in insti- 
tutes of higher education. It is one of the few honor 
societies that is purely scholastic in nature. 

The Spring Hill College chapter was established 
in 1965 through the efforts of Dr. Paul D. Cratin and 
Dr. Pat Macnamara. It was originally all male and 
only recently became a full society. 




Officers for the 1978-1979 year: David Field, Dan Lenoir, Mary Smith, Katie 
McCormick and Ana Diaz. Faculty Moderator is Dr. Richard W. Cheney. 





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THE GAVEL 




Seated: Karen Ryan, Barb Kleiss. Standing: Karen Kuers, Adline Clarke, Jennifer Frator, Joy Atchison, Leila Brooks, Ana Diaz, Mary Smith. 



The purpose of the Gavel is to honor Spring Hill 
College women who have shown themselves out- 
standing examples of College loyalty, who have ad- 
vanced the spirit of service and fellowship among 
College women, who have maintained a high stan- 
dard of scholarship and encouraged leadership. The 
Gavel consists of selected juniors and seniors. One 
of the main functions of the Gavel is to aid in the 
selection of the Teacher of the Year each academic 
year. 




Leila Brooks helped with refreshments at the teacher of the year reception 
honoring Dr. Kane. 



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ALPHA SIGMA NU 




Left to right: Joy Atchison, Joycelyn Moody, Dave Field, Taylor Henry and Linda Padden. 



The purpose of Alpha Sigma Nu, is to honor those students who have shown themselves to be outstanding 
examples of the ideals of Jesuit education and to foster and contribute to the intellectual and cultural life of 
the Spring Hill College campus. Other than being designated as an honor association, the members of Alpha 
Sigma Nu also aid in the nomination and selection of the Teacher of the Year each academic year. Not Pic- 
tured: Ken Courington. 



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CHORALE 





Mr. Ira Swingle, directs the chorale while Pam Rayfield accompanies the group on 
the piano. 



Musicians from Mobile play some jazzy music during the 
Spring Concert. 




Top row: Suzanne MacDonnell, Colleen Gleason, Jacque Horkin, Kathy Smith, Bob Curran, Dave Field, Joe Feighan, Lydia Smith, Sue 
Binder. Row 2: Jeanne Bodet, Angela Wilson, Jim Mowrey, Pam Rayfield, Charlie Smoke, Katie McCormick, Kathleen Doehring, Patty 
Allen. Row 3: Cindy Smith, Anne Behnke, Lisa Ingala, Cathy Courtney, Jenny Pierce, Karen Kuers, Cecilia Redmann. 



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FOLK GROUP 



Top row: Taylor Hebry, Paul Tugwell, Chris Moore, Joe Taylor, Pat O'Connell, Pete Foote, Don Blackwell, Danny Rodriguez, Darrell Cas- 
tleberry. Row 2: Lydia Smith, Leila Brooks, Jacque Horkin, Charlotte McGuire, Carolyn Elzemeyer, Katie McCormick, Peggy O'Rourke, 
Barb Kleiss, Anita Wolff, Jenny Pierce. Row 3: Jenny Prator, Rebecca Smith, Kristen Whitlock, Esther Sanchez, Mary Ellen Morris, Anne 
Chick, Teresa Elkourie, Liz Guste. 




The Spring Hill College Folk Group is a student organization for anyone interested in singing. The group 
basically sings for the 4:30 Sunday Service in Assumption Auditorium Chapel, but they also have contributed 
to Mobile by performing masses for shut ins and special television services for the Easter holidays. Under the 
direction of guitarist Taylor Henry and leader Katie McCormick, the Folk Group has shown a great interest in 
the art of music and aiding Ignatius Center in the conduction of religious services. 



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YENNI PLAYERS 



In the "Country Wife" Gerry Reynolds proves once again that most Spring Hill guys are 
afraid of women. 




In a performance of the "Country Wife", Pat Moscal appears to be definitely 
annoyed with some peoples attitudes. 





Joe Feighan defends his honor in a perfor- 
mance of the "Tempest". 



Divine inspiration for Charlie Smoke, 
what else can be said. 







Paul Fuller puts the move on Kathy Smith while Dr. John Hafner surveys the 
scenery. 



ey what do ya mean I have to have a date for the 
Jrty, mumbles Gerry Reynolds . . . Once again he stars 
1 the cast of the "Tempest". 




Beauty or the beast wonders alumni Ed Laurente. 



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COMMERCE CLUB 




1978-1979 Officers: Elaine Geppert, Joey Betbeze, Holly Brower and Mary Angel. 



Seated: Marguerite Naman, Holly Brower, Rebecca Welch, Elaine Geppert, Mary Angel, Jeannie Buerhle, Mary Robinson. Standing: John 
Tressler, Lisa Weaver, Anne Clark, Joey Betbeze, John Vorbach, Randy Gentry, Tyler Nichols, Cameron Skipper, Sonja Thorton. 



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PHILOSOPHY CLUB 




Front Row: Alam Dawkins, Joe Taylor, Kristen Whitlock, Mark Lewis, Joy Atchison, Stephen Skousgard. Standing: Taylor Henry, Lydia 
Smith, Jacque Horkin, Pete Foote, Katie McCormick, Ann Reier, Dr. Patrick Madigan, Dr. Karl Kobelja, Dr. Stephen Daniel. 




The Philosophy Club is probably the least 
known organization on the Spring Hill Col- 
lege Campus. But they are a rather active 
group of people, mostly students majoring 
in philosophy and professors from the phi- 
losophy department. They meet whenever 
they deem necessary, usually to hear each 
others opinions on certain philosophical is- 
sues, and also to discuss current philosophi- 
cal happenings. The Philosophy Club also 
sponsors lectures by present day philoso- 
phers whenever their budget can handle it. 



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HISTORY CLUB 



Row 1: Peter Hayes, Paul Fuller, Jacque Horkin. Row 2: Chris Moore, Mark Lewis, Tom Quain. The Yearbook Staff wishes to 
apologize to the History Club for not printing the original picture taken. Due to chemical problems, we were unable to print that 
picture. 



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MOBILE CLUB 



The purpose of the Mobile Club is to provide 
commuter students with a sense of belonging to the 
Spring Hill College community and to give them op- 
portunities for fuller participation in campus activi- 
ties. The membership for the club is open to all at 
the college in good standing. 



Front: Fr. Daniel Creagan, Faculty Moderator. Sitting; Marguerite Naman, 
Kathleen Doehring, Linda Perry, Jean Sweeney, Barbara Brocato. Standing; 
Kelly Kennedy, Theresa Roh, Paul England, Bucky Howie, Pat England, Bo 
Hudson, Barry Cooney, John Noletto. Cameron Skipper, Debbie Dolan. 





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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 




Bottom Row: Andy Barbara, Jim Mowrey, Jim Konzen, Charlie LaRosa, Erick Drlicka, Mark Lewis, Chris Reuter. Row 2: Mark Schroeder, 
Gene Sessa, Rick MichaeHs, Chuck Klockenkemper, John Vorbach, David Humphreys, Bill Trufant, Frank Castillo, John Bowler, John Pil- 
ley, Rob Kelly. Row 3: Chip Heintz, Paul Kent, Mike Giorlando, Tim O'Connor, Eddie Martin, Tim Takas, Terry Sullivan. Row 4: Terry 
Schreiber, Paul Milford, Bob Schlitt, Andy Boulet, Kenny Kell, Jim Adams, Julius Bosco. 





Sitting: Chaplain Fr. Elwood Hecker, Deputy Grand Knight Wayne Vicknair, Grand Knight 
Dave Field, Chancellor Dan LeNoir. Standing: Guard Chris Moore, Financial Secretary Eddy 
Lose, Guard Joel Berte, Lector Frank Bergau, Treasurer Tom McGraw. 



Thank heavens for little girls. 





The guys enjoy another wild and crazy meeting. 



Roland Mestayer puts in some time at the Parent Weekend Ice 
Cream Social. 




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Frank Castillo seems overjoyed with Erick Drlicka's enthusiasm during the Ice Cream 
Social. 

Newly elected Grand Knight Dan LeNoir and his officers contemplate the coming year. 






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;rry Schreiber and Terry Sullivan take a break from the an- 
lal Knights against Faculty Softball game. 




LADIES AUXILIARY 





Karen Kuers seems concerned with the out- 
come of the annual Knights and faculty soft- 
ball game. 



Front Row: Denise Baran, Joy Atchison, Mary Alma Durrett, Marguerite Namam. Row 2: Marsha 
Robichaux, Laura Dillion, Debbie Labrie, Kristen Whitlock, Debbie Peck. Row 3: Kathleen Doehr- 
ing, Nancy Gadams, Debbie Mesmer. Row 4; Ann Reier, Lucy Berry, Nannette LePeyre, Patty 
Schmidt. Top Row: Kim McMahaon, Ro McGraw, Teresa Bingham, Maurine Bishop, Mary Do- 
nahue, Gigi Hamilton. 

Thank heavens for little boys. 



Seated: President Mary Smith, Vice President 
Pam Rayfield, Standing: Secretary Leila 
Brooks, and Treasurer Mary Sevier. 



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Smile Suzanne, you're on Candid Camera. 



Taking time out are Barb Smith and Mr. Michael Kaffer during the annual softball game. 




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the side lines for the home 
team, even though they lost 
the game to the faculty. 



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THE SPRINGHILLIAN 



Editor-in-chief Vincent Pagano 

Associate Editor Lindy Perry 

Senior Editors Frank Andrews and Mary 

Alma Durrett 

News Editor Gene Sessa 

Campus Editor Karl Zimmermann 

Layout Editor Adline Clarke 

Feature Editor Kris Frazier 

Photography Editor Victor Calhoun 

Sports Editor Matt Darkin 

Graphics Joseph Feigen 

Business Manager Jamie Marsden 

Faculty Moderator Douglas Howard 



The Springhillian is published bi-weekly on 
Fridays, except during holidays and exam peri- 
ods, by students of Spring Hill College. Views 
presented are not necessarily the views of the 
College, its faculty, administration, students or 
the staff. Signed columnists represent the views 
of that columnist only. 




Top: Anne Molinarola, Bird Graham, Ron Donohoe. Row 2: Lucille Berry, John 
Wagener, Kris Frazier, Mike Giorlando. Bottom: Marina Libro, Steve Frazier, Gene 
Sessa. 



Mary Alma Durrett, Adline Clarke, Robert Buchanan, Vince Pagano, Victor Calhoun, Doug Howard. 




WTOH 




John Bowler works his show in the WTOH radio 
room. WTOH was previously known to all students 
as WHIL. 



Bob Schlitt looks like its been a long night at the control board. 




Pete Foote announces the local news. 




THE MOTLEY 



The Motley is a literary publication of the Spring Hill College campus, which is printed once each academic 
year. Any interested student is encouraged to help with the layout of the publication, and many students are 
also asked for submitted works to appear in the Motley. The Motley is comprised of original short stories, 
essays, a variety of articals on various subjects, dramas, book reviews and poetry. Also, the Motley staff asks 
for original art work and photography by students or faculty members, in order to make the publication more 
graphic. 




Left to right: Joycelyn Moody, Kristen Whitlock, Katie McCormick, Don Biackwell, Laura Kaffer, Lydia Smith and Pete Foote. Don Black- 
well and Laura Kaffer are the editors. 



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THE TORCH 

The Spring Hill College yearbook, the Torch, was first 
printed in 1924. The Torch is edited by an undergraduate 
staff, and published by means of an overwhelming student 
subscription. The Torch is a pictorial chronical of all cam- 
pus activities photographed by staff artists and candid 
camera fans, which will serve in the years to come as a fond 
memory of life at Spring Hill College. 



Editor-in-chief Sue Binder 

Assistant Editor Eddy Lose 

Photography Michael Manning, 

Jack Wachtel, Paul Kent. 

Staff Kevin Morrisey, 

Rebecca Smith, Kathleen 

Doehring, Richard Monts, 

Nancy Grant, Art Tipton, 

Contributing Photographers Barb 

Johannessen, Andy Barbara, 
Tom Quain, Patricia Kyger. 

Business Manager Frank Bergau 

Cover Design Nancy Grant, Sue Binder 

Faculty Moderator Br. Gerald Landry S.J. 




As his first year on the staff, Kevin Morrisey works hard 
showing his interest in the publication. 



Editor Sue Binder works diligently during a layout session while Business 
Manager Frank 'Goo' Bergau wastes time looking through old pictures. 




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ARMY ROTC 




ROTC at Spring Hill offers students a chance to 'repell' several 
times during the academic year. 

You mean there aren't any dances on this fabulous vacation 
mutters senior Mike Mackin. 




Marching and drills always make a man thirsty for anything 
cold. 



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Whats the matter Scott, A college graduate and you haven't learned how to dress yourself yet? 





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There's always a chance to rest up and get to know one another on a ROTC FTX. ; 

Frank Bergau, Freddie Garrett and Scott Davidson appear in full dress uniform for their final commissioning in May. 




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DELTA PHI DELTA 




Front Row: Jennifer Walsh, Moire Mahoney, Pat Hood, Mary Byrne, Karen Pendergast, Lori Wheelis, Julie Levitt, Debbie Peck, Monica 
Ponseti, Christie Ponseti, Debbie Dolan, Vickie Ordonex, Michelle Menard, Anne Stengal. Row 2: Clara Robinson, Marge Murray, Step- 
hanie Moore, Gretchen Eiserlon, Cindy Diemer, Andre St. Martin, Kerri Cronin, Kathy Graves, Ellen Corey, Laura Hamm, Kathy Litschgi, 
Kathy Fitzsimmons, Kim McMahon, Jean Funke, Barbara Brocato, Row 3; Kathleen Doehring, Meg Andre, Kelly Kennedy, Mary Butterick, 
Kris Frazier, Stephanie Strah, Mary Donahue, Mary Smith, Sally Dickey, Lorie Gamble, Jeanine Campalong. 



Clara Robison searches for an Irishman. 




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GAMMA GAMMA GAMMA 




Front Row: Mary Huber, Kay Shore, Martha Morris, Elaine Geppert, Margaret Clawson. Row 2: Polly Keller, Jan Crane, Patty Allen, Leigh 
Wooton, Cindy Bowes, Ann Murphy, Erin Casey, Mary Postal. Row 3: Carol McErlean, Melissa Marsden, Mary Crider, Andy LaPointe, 
Patty Fritsch, Diane Long, Anne Dacovich. Row 4: Elaine Walker, Laura Mosher, Casey O'Toole, Jeanne Buerhle, Polly Sheehan, Jamie 
Marsden, Linda Padden. Row 5: Kathy Horning, Connie Franco, Dawn Hewitt, Barb Geppert, Annentte Tacon, Renee Namen, Mary Kay 
Bradshaw. Absent; Nancy Shore, Athena Namaan and Doey Schatzman. 



Cindy Bowes gives Tom 
Howen a bit of gamma 
advice while Renee 
Namen listens in. 



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Mark McMahon tells Linda Padden about life after college. 
Cindy Ellis and Patty Allen talk serious oblivious of any male presence 



Some Gammas get into some serious talk at the annual 
Gamma formal. 

Gamma pledges know how to dress up right. 




SIGMA BETA PHI 




Front Row: Luanne Presioso, Randy Howard, Anne Molinarolo. Row 2: Margie Gallager, Marine Libro, Debbie Gallo, Tracy Bosley, Lucy 
Hess. Row 3: Mary Horgan, Holly Brewer, Pam Gallo, Sue Newman, Anne Horgan. 



Senior Holly Brower runs the show at the Beta auction. 




Moderator Sister Ruth Hall looks on at the Beta Auction. 




ALPHA DELTA GAMMA 



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Top Row: Jim McGah, Collins Rossi, Tom Behan, Row 2: Frank DiStefano, Kevin Durkin, Jack Fitzsimmons, Jim Brady, Kurt Eckhardt, 
Matt Gallo, Row 3: Roy Baldwin, Jim Caldwell, Bob Blaihke, Mark Lamoreux. 



Moderator Fr. Gerry Regan takes the ball from Jim 
McGah. 




Devious Bob Blaihke . . . What else can we say. 





Jubi Hillery watches on as his teammates try to keep their hands on the ball during Beer 
Bowl. 

Tom Byrne and Cindy Demeir get friendly at a G party. 




Two Beer looks rather upset with the score of the An- 
nual Beer Bowl Softball Game. 

Jim McGah tries to act social during Parent's Weekend ... It seems to be a 
rather big accomplishment that you even put on a tie, Jim. 




OMICRON SIGMA 




Front Row: Dave O'Neill, Joe Conboy, Richard Nellis, Bob Barnes, Ben Minto, Pat O'Connell. Row 2: Kevin Galvin, Bill Paulter, Larry 
Howe, Kevin Hennessy, Tom Howen, Bobby Lane. Row 3: Kevin O'Connell, Tom Lance, Jay Shannon, Enrique Aguilla, Vladimir Martinez, 
Jim Dunn, Bill Sisoian, John Cunningham. Chief. 



Vied taps one out to the A and P parking lot. 



Tom Lance can't believe that him in the mirror. 






Moderator John Hafner discusses future Omicron plans with Jin:i Dunn. 




Kevin Galvin watches 
teammate Richard Nellis 
get the rebound. 



Jay Shannon does it with his potatoe. 





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PHI KAPPA TAU 




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Front Row: Trey Giffin, Vince Pagano, Richard Latady, George Simmermann, Richard Hogans, Mike McCarthy, John Chalker. Row 2: 
Paul DeVito, Nick Libro, Tom Roper, Bob Sacchi, Ken Suria, John Wagener. Row 3: Carlos Rodriguez, David Lenhart, Pete Foote, R. 
Waguespack, Robert Nuno. Row 4: Jim Young, Bill Anderson, Alex Mansur, Brian Metzger, John Marshall, Paul Milford. 



John Marshall and Sue Newman at the Red Carnation 
Dance in full dress. 




Robert Nuno and the light of his life. 





Tau Heaven. 



Tau's and dates grace the dance with their glorious presence. 




Dr. Cheney and his wife 
Beth enjoy themselves at 
the Red Carnation dance. 



Tau's having Fun. 



John Wagener poses with Tau little sister, Mary Beth Horgan 




PHI KAPPA THETA 




Bottom Row: Tom Schiffanella, Wallace Harvey, Sean Pinney, Griffin Barkie, James Harris. Row 2: Ed Ahearn, Brett Berberich, Dave 
Scripp, John Russo, Robert Kelly, Jaime Monedero, David Allabastro. Row 3: Bob Scala, Robert Stahl, Walter Gundlach, Sean Doyle, Eric 
McGuire, Robert Baird, Richard Burns, Glenn McMorrow, John Casey. Row 4: Tom Rothing, Paul Smith, Dan Dosan, Scott McGuire, Jim 
Coath, Bob Burguieres, Glen Furth, Chris Cote, Richard Spurlin. 

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Scott McGuire belts one out of the park. 




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Top Row: Chris Cross, Tom Riordan, Tom McMahon, Rod Bolden, Ken Minor. Bot- 
tom: Kevin OUis, Paul Fuller, Terry Varner. Not Pictured: Francis Murphy, Jerry 
O'Leary. 



D.D. Bolden goes up for two. 



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Paul Fuller looks rather disgusted with the referee's call. 



Fran Murphy and Terry Varner take a break from the game as 
their team holds on to a steady lead. 





Fran Murphy blocks a shot. 



Terry Varner throws one up. 





Frank Kerns looks a bit disgusted as the Badger's fail to 
hold onto any commanding lead. 

Kevin Ollis tips the ball through the hoop. 





Just your basic crowd shot. 



Tom Riordan prepares for a free throw as Kerns and some cheerleaders watch on anx- 
iously to see if the Badgers can take the lead once again. 





Fran Murphy takes a shot from the far side of the court. 



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Coach Frank Kerns stresses the 
strategy during a time out in the game. 




Chris Cross balances the 
ball on the rim before tap- 
ping it in. 



Tom Riordan takes a graceful leap to- 
wards the basket. 



Fran Murphy and Tom Riordan display some of that Badgers defense that helped them 
play a few good games. 





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RUGBY 




Front Row: Tom Howen, Kevin O'Neill, Richard Nellis, Kevin Malloy. Row 2: Larry Howe, Vince Dejesus, Ken McKeon, John Cunningham, 
Joe Ackles, Bob Blahnik, Brian Webb. Row 3: Kevin Flynn, Vlad Martinez, Kevin Sweeney, Mark Gleeson, Matt McGee, John Hudson, 
Kevin Connelly, Sean Higgins, Jim McGah, John Caldwell. 

Bystanders can't believe the brutality of the game, but they come any- 
way for the free beer after the game. 





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Mark Gleeson tries to break away from 
a group of opponents. 



Only one lucky player gets the thrill of 
being at the bottom. 




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SOCCER 







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Kneeling: Sean Doyle, Bob Patterson, Xavier Keogh, Keith Porter, Theo Vega. Standing: Carlos Rodriguez, Steve Hoerr, Chris Duncan, 
Robert Nuno, Bill Anderson, Jackie Touhy, Dante Pacini, Alex Mansur, Rich Golden. 





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MEN'S BASEBALL 




Ken Courington scores another run for the Badgers. 

Kneeling: Dave Humphreys, Bucky Howie, Jay Harris, Bruce King, Coach Stan Galle. Row 2: 
Bo Hudson, Jim Wilson, Terry Fitzpatrick, Lee Wilson, John Covelli, John Bruchalski, Tom 
McCarthy. Row 3: Ken Courington, Kevin Ollis, Kevin Galvin, Terry Kennon, Mike Bruno 
(Yogi). 




Catcher Yogi Bruno puts on his gear for the next 
inning. 






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Terry Kennon makes a mad dash for first base to give the team an edge. 




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Bucky Howie shouts to his team mates to spur 
them on to winning the game. 




Stan Galle yells a few instructions to the 
pitcher of the day. 



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GIRL'S BASKETBALL 




Standing: Barbara Sanford, Lisa Murphy, Nancy Rebarchak, Denise Lounsbery, Kim McMahon, Coach Jeannie 
Milling. Kneeling: Mary Montrose, Marsha Robichaux, Renee Namen, Connie Franco, Carol Romano. 








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GIRL'S VOLLEYBALL 




Kneeling: Kim McMahon, Marsha Robichaux, Marina Libro. Carol Romano. Standing: Jean Funke, Nancy Rebarchak, Lisa Mur- 
phy, Mary Montrose, Coach Jeannie Milling. 



Marsha Robichaux serves the ball. 




Jean Funke sets up the ball for Nancy Rebarchak. 




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Terry Sullivan, Richard Nellis, Enrigue Aguila, Tom Johnston, Tom Sheehan, Brian Metzger, Mike Bosley, Paul Hebert, Robbie Walsh, 
George Simmerman. 



Bootie lets the ball have it. 




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but isn't it supposed to be two 
on each side of the net when you 
are playing doubiles. 






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GOLF 




Chris Cody swings into action during some practice shots. 



Standing: Ricki LeFave. Kneeling: Bill Poore, Chris Cody, Richard Cardinal, and Brian Garland. 




DISC CLUB 




Bottom: Fran Pilleteri, Pam Coffey. Row 2: Kathryn McGahan, Sean McGahan (President), Travis Hall, Tim Diamond, Kip Sharpe, 
Kevin Diamond, Craig Baldwin, Chris Tompkins, Scott Hughes. Row 3: Kyle Eckhoff, Buddy Pacate, Robert Morgan, Bob Scala 
(Treasurer), Dickie Brunson, Bobby Cornelison, Trey Giffen (Vice President). Not Pictured: Aliese Mueller, Cheryl Prine, Kelly 
Green, Scott McGuire, Bill McNelley, Neal Grube, Trisha Hood, David Arnette, Steve Worsham, Jimmy Howard, Charlie Ruckstahl, 
and John Switzer. 




Kip Sharpe helps out with the Disc Club frisbee throw event during the Spring 
Olympics. 




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tough competition play. 



KARATE 



(Left to right) Row 1: Mark Goetsch, Carmen Cardova, Col- 
leen Feighan, Rich LeFave. Row 2: Terry Plauche (affiliate 
member), Al O'Donnell (affiliate member), Andre St. Mar- 
tin, Skip Norrell (affiliate member), Bob Hulseman (vice 
president). Row 3: David Buckhaults (president and 
instructor). 




Dave Buckhaults let Al O'Donnel have it during an exhibition in the student center. 




Affiliate member Al O'Donnel, takes a flying kick to the 
right of Mark Goetsch's chin. 



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SAILING CLUB 




The Sailing Club had a hard time getting off 
the ground this year, but under the director, 
Dan Elcan, did manage to get quite a few re- 
cruits. They could be seen almost any weekend 
of the regular school year out at the Mobile 
Yacht Club, where all the Spring Hill College 
sailboats are kept. 

The Sailing Club has not been involved in 
any regattas as of yet, but it appears that many 
of the members get their experience with the 
gusty winds of the Mobile Bay. By next year, 
Commadore Dan Elcan hopes to have the orga- 
nization into full swing. 





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CHEERLEADERS 





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INTRAMURALS 




Men's Winners ... 

Fall Softball Dark Star 

Spring Softball H and R Express 

Football Stump-Jumpers 

Basketball Bad Boys Div I 

m^m J _ Beppers Div II 

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Women's Winners . . . J| | 

Basketball. .^T:: Cubes 

Volleyball Toolen Hall 






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CLASS 
OF 

1979 




Joseph E. Ackels 

Dallas Texas 
B.S.C. Accounting 






Margaret C. Andre 

Palm Beach, Florida 

B.A. Communication Arts 



Joycelyn A. Atchison 

Salitpa, Alabama 

B.S. Biology-Philosophy 



Roy T. Baldwin 

Slidell, Louisiana 

B.S. Psychology 






Denise M. Baran 

Northbrook, Illinois 

B.A. Humanities 



Donna M. Barnes 

Birmingham, Alabama 

B.S. Psychology 



Francis C. Bergau 

Gouverneur, New York 

B.A. Communications 

Arts 





Robert K. Blahnik 

De Pere, Wisconsin 

B.S.C. Business 

Administration 



Christopher A. Bowen 

Kensington, Maryland 

B.S.C. Business 

Administration 




Leila A. Brooks 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

B.S. Chemistry 




James M. Adams 

Montgomery, Alabama 

B.A. Communication Arts 




Patrick J. Balthrop 

Gulf Breeze, Florida 

B.S. Biology 




Susan C. Binder 

Glenview, Illinois 

B.S. Biology 




Holly T. Brower 
Richardson, Texas 
B.S.C. Accounting 



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Robert L. Buchanan V 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.A. Communication Arts 




Victor L. Calhoun 

Mobile, Alabama 

Communication Arts 




Timothy J. Cherre 

St. Louis, Missouri 

B.S.C. Business 

Administration 




Kenneth R. Courington 
Mobile, Alabama 
B.S. Mathematics 




Mary T. Byrne 

Springfield, Illinois 

B.S. Psychology 




Frances A. Carey 

Chicago, Illinois 

B.S. Elementary 

Education 




Claudia Christman 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

B.S. Psychology 



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Janice R. Crane 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.A. Art 




We know Lee, we think its disgusting too! 





Adline C. Clarke 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.A. Communication Arts 



Ellen M. Corey 

N Andover, 

Massachusettes 

B.S. Political Science 





Joseph G. Culotta 

Birmingham, Alabama 

B.S. Psychology 



John E. Cunningham, Jr. 
Pensacola, Florida 
B.S.C. Accounting 



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Alan F. Dawkins 

Pensacola, Florida 

B.A. English 




James D. Dunn 

Kirkwood, Missouri 

B.A. Business 




Ana M. Diaz 

Aibonito Puerto Rico 

B.S. Mathematics 




Mary Alma Durrett 

Atmore, Alabama 

B.A. Communication Arts 




Sarah F. Dickey 
Macon, Georgia 
B.S. Psychology 




Sean P. Early 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

B.S. Political Science 




Christopher E. Duncan 

Coral Gables, Florida 

B.S. Biology 




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John C. Evertt IV 

Louisville, Kentucky 

B.A. Communication Arts 




David R. Field 

McGuire Air Force Base, 

New Jersey 

B.S. Biology 




Elaine M. Geppert 
Mobile, Alabama 
B.S.C. Accounting 




Kevin J. Flynn 

Boiling Air Force Base, 

Washington D.C. 

B.S. Political Science 




Richard J. Golden 
Chicago, Illinois 
B.S. Mathematics 



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Carro S. Ford 

Louisville, Kentucky 

B.A. Communication Arts 




Bird (Bertha) H. Graham 

Washington, Indiana 
B.A. Communication Arts 




Patricia E. Fritsch 

Belleville, Illinois 

B.S. Elementary 

Education 




Nancy K. Grant 

Biloxi, Mississippi 

B.S. Biology 



114 





Elena E. Graves 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

B.S. Chemistry 



Susan L. Harchelroad 

Birmingham, Alabama 

B.S. Elementary 

Education 





Mary L. Hendrich 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.A. Communication Arts 



Taylor H. Henry 

Columbus, Mississippi 

B.A. Philosophy-English 






James J. Holland 
Nashville, Tennessee 
B.S. Political Science 



Barbara S. Johannessen 

Aurora, Illinois 
B.A. Communication Arts 





Thomas A. Johnston IV 
Mobile, Alabama 



Laura Kaffer 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.S. Elementary 

Education 







Robert M. Kelly 

Spring Lake, New Jersey 

B.A. History 



Barbara A. Kleiss 

Crystal Lake, Illinois 

B.S. Biology 



Julia Kumpfer 

Flossmoor, Illinois 

B.S. Political Science 



Debra J. Labrie 
Central Village, 

Connecticut 
B.S. Secondary 
Education-Soc. 



115 






Larraine J. Lyngstad 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.S. Sociology 



Michael J. Mackin 

Ansbach APO 

B.S. Political Science 





Ellen M. McBride 

Panama City, Florida 

B.S. Psychology 



Cynthia Ros McClendon 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.S. Sociology 




Thomas P. Lance 

Rochester, Maine 

B.A. History 




Kathleen M. Litschgi 
Tampa, Florida 
B.S. Psychology 




Jamesine M. Marsden 

Stone Mountain, Georgia 

B.S.C. Business 

Administration 




Paul M. McDonnell 

Memphis, Tennessee 

B.A. History 




Andrea M. LaPointe 
B.S.C. Business 
Administration 




Monica E. Lynch 

Highland Park, Illinois 

B.A. Communication Arts 




Sue Anne Marten 

Carmel, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary 

Education 




James Francis McGah 

Berkeley, Illinois 
B.S. Political Science 



116 




Rosemary C. McGraw 

Pensacola, Florida 

B.A. Philosophy 




Joycelyn K. Moody 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.A. English 




Katherine B. Mueller 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.S. Psychology 




Kevin M. O'Neill 

Hazlet, New Jersey 

B.S. Political Science 




Thomas A. McGraw 

Pensacola, Florida 

B.S. Biology 




Robert Christopher 

Moore 

Pensacola, Florida 

B.A. History-Theology 




Ann Marie Murphy 
Beale A.F.B., California 
B.A. English-Philosophy 




Terence F. O'Neill 

Newtown Square, New 

Jersey 




Dale P. McMorrow 

Fort Walton Beach, 

Florida 

B.S. Chemistry 




Ruth M. Morley 

Springfield, Virginia 

B.S.C. Business 

Administration 




Margaret Mary Murray 

Washington D.C. 

B.S. Sociology 




Linda Sue Padden 

Scott A.F.B., Illinois 

B.A. English-Philosophy 




Jaime F. Monedero 
B.A. History 




Martha J. Morris 

St. Louis, Missouri 

B.A. Communication Arts 




Maria Christine Nettles 

Bowie, Maryland 
B.A. English-Philosophy 




Vincent S. Pagano 

Oyster Bay, New York 

B.A. English 



117 




Linda Susan Perry 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.A. Comm. Arts-English 




Dolores H. Peters 

Unionville, Indiana 

B.S. Psychology 




Mark E. Ptaff 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.A. History 




Luke R. Ponseti 

Metairie, Louisiana 

B.A. History 




Jennifer L. Prator 

Picayune, Mississippi 

B.S. Elementary 

Education 




John J. Russo 

Northport, New York 

B.S. Economics 




Clara M. Robinson 

Ft. Myers, Florida 

B.S. Elementary 

Education 




Karen M. Ryan 

Houston, Texas 

B.S. Biology 




Collins C. (Pookie) Rossi 

West Islip, New York 

B.S. Psychology 




Robert S. Sacchi 
Harrison, New York 
B.S. Sec. Ed. -Biology 




John T. Russell 
Mobile, Alabama 
B.A. Philosophy 




Suzanne M. Sauget 
Sauget, Illinois 





Mary K. Schatzman 

St. Louis, Missouri 

B.S. Elementary 

Education 




Vickie A. Scully 

Mobile, Alabama 

B.S. Sec. Ed.-Mathematics 



118 




Eric L. Seiler 

Lawrenceville, New 

jersey 

B.S. Economics 




Pauline A. Sheehan 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 

B.A. Communication Arts 




Mary A. Sevier 

Lawrenceburg, Tennessee 

B.S.C. Accounting 




Mary K. Shore 

Overland Park, Kansas 

B.A. Sec. Ed. -History 




Carl B. Shory 

Montgomery, Alabama 

B.S. Biology 



Mary E. Smith 

Jacksonville, Florida 

B.S. Biology-Philosophy 




Marianne Steinbach 

Winnetka, Illinois 

B.A. Communication Arts 




Ben Anthony Strauss 

Pascagoula, Mississippi 

B.S.C. Accounting 




Kenneth C. Suria 

Carolina, Puerto Rico 

B.S. Economics 




Donna S. Thomas 

Dover, Delaware 

B.S. Chemistry 




Jeffrey S. Thompson 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

B.S.C. Business 

Administration 




John L. Vorbach III 

Spring Lake, New Jersey 

B.S. Economics 




Janice L. Wheat 

Huntsville, Alabama 

B.S. Psychology 



119 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



Enrique L. Aguila, Miami, Fla. 



Douglas A. Ainsworth, Pascagoula, 

Miss. 
Dwayne B. Albritton, Achusnet, 

Maine 
Patricia M. Allen, Deerfield, 111. 
William A. Anderson, Florissant, 

Mo. 



Ralph F. Andrews, DeFuniak 

Springs, Fla. 
Paul J. Argiro, Coral Gables, Fla. 
Arthur J. Balek, Bethesda, Md. 
Arnold R. Barbara, Miami, Fla. 



Lisa M. Barchie, Daphne, Ala. 
Griffin J. Barckie, Westfield, N.J. 
Robert N. Barnes, Brentwood, Mo. 
David P. Bartlett, Memphis, Tenn. 




Harold F. Bean, Houston, Texas 
Melita Bearinger, Mobile, Ala. 
Thomas }. Behan, N. Palm Beach, 
Fla. 



120 





Teresa L. Bingham, Tampa, Fla. 
Maurine H. Bishop, Bayou La Batre, 
Ala. 



Donald A. Blackwell, Miami, Fla. 
Joseph S. Blake, Calumet City, 111. 



Lisa W. Blydenstein, Palm Beach, 

Fla. 
Martin B. Boggess, Columbus, Miss. 



Donna M. Borrello, New Orleans, 

La. 
Michael D. Bosley, Bethesda, Md. 



Anne E. Behnke, Decatur, 111. 
Lucile A. Berry, Bay Village, Ohio 
Joel W. Berte, Cumberland, Md. 
Leonard W. Besinger, East Dundee, 
111. 





Andrew J. Boulet, New Orleans, La. 
Cynthia A. Bowes, Miami Shores, 

Fla. 
John P. Bowler, Glenview, 111. 
James J. Brady, Plantation, Fla. 



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Barbara M. Brocatto, Mobile, Ala. 
Brian P. Brogan, Evergreen Park, 111. 
Bardie D. Brown, Arab, Ala. 
William K. Brown, Pensacola, Fla. 





'Them's fightin' words," Jeff Calametti warns. 



Christiane Burkitt, Orlando, Fla. 
Richard }. Burns, Greenwich, Conn. 
Thomas A. Byrne, Springfield, 111. 
Jeffrey D. Calametti, Mobile, Ala. 



F. Michael Callahan, Glenview, 111. 
Jose S. Cantizano, El Salvador 
Richard J. Cardinal, Laual-Sur-Le- 
Lac, Can. 




John T. Bruchalski, Mahwah, N.J. 




Jean A. Buehrle, Akron, Ohio 




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Robert E. Burguieres, Jacksonville, 
Fla. 





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Carmen C. Cardona, San Juan, 

Puerto Rico 
Peter W. Carey, Cincinnati, Ohio 
John J. Casey, Kenilworth, 111. 
Jane Castellano, Miami Beach, Fla. 



Joan Castellano, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Darrell Castleberry, Saraland, Ala. 
John E. Chalker, Newfoundland, 

Canada 
Anne M. Chick, Nashville, Tenn. 



Amy M. Clark, N. Palm Beach, Fla. 
Ann M. Clark, Orlando, Fla. 
Betsy H. Clarke, Nashville, Tenn. 
Andreu? J. Coleman, Mobile, Ala. 



Norman A. Coleman, Tampa, Fla. 
Daniel F. Collins, Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Raymond P. Colucci, Miami, Fla. 
Joseph G. Conboy, Atlanta, Ga. 



Catherine Courtney, Mobile, Ala 



These two Arabs bought the college on Halloween. 




Amy L. Grafton, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Laura L Croak, St. Louis, Mo. 



Nanette M. Croak, St. Louis, Mo. 
Kate M. Culhane, Wilmette, Ilk 



Anne M. Dacovich, Mobile. Ala. 
Dianna L. Davis, Caseyville, 111. 



Robert S. De Borde, Atlanta, Ga. 
Vincent M. De Jesus, Hopatcong, N.J. 
Winston G. Denton, Mission, Kan. 
Joseph L. Deodato, Brooklyn, N.Y. 





Cynthia A. Diemer, Brooksville, Fla 
Laura K. Dillon, Pinehurst, N.G. 



Frank M. Distefano, Ramsey, N.J. 
Paul F. DiVito, St. Petersburg, Fla 



What happened Steve, somebody borrow 
your clothes? 




Kathleen Doehring, Mobile, Ala. 
Deborah A. Dolan, Mobile, Ala. 



Ronald D. Donohoe, McLean, Va. 
Brendon S. Downey, Ardsley, N.Y. 



Sean J. Doyle, St. Louis, Mo. 
Sheila M. Doyle, Hinsdale, 111. 



Martha J. Droste, Louisville, Ky. 
James E. Duffy, Arlington, Va. 
Bryan G. Duhe, Mobile, Ala. 
Miriam L. Eagan, New Orleans, La. 



Erin E. Early, New Orleans, La. 
Matthew S. Eckert, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Kurt J. Eckhardt, Chicago, 111. 
Margaret A. Egan, Chicago, 111. 






Daniel G. Elcan, Nashville, Tenn. 
Teresa A. Elkourie, Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Cynthia M. Ellis, Ft. Myers Beach, 

Fla. 
Carolyn Elzemeyer, St. Louis, Mo. 



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Debra J. Emden, Boca Raton, Fla. 



Paul J. England, Mobile, Ala 



Lee J. Ericksen, Grand Bay, Ala. 
Colleen C. Feighan, Cleveland, Ohio 



Darryl P. Figueroa, Lake Park, Fla. 
Douglas A. Finch, Covington, La. 
Mary T. Finnorn, Mobile, Ala. 
Julie M. Fischer, Erie, Pa. 



Terence Fitzpatrick, New Orleans, 

La. 
Kathleen Fitzisimmons, Glen Ellyn, 

111. 
Christopher P. Foley, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla. 
Peter }. Foote, Chicago, 111. 



Kristin M. Frazier, Fairview Heights, 

111. 
Terri J. Frederic, St. Louis, Mo. 
John E. Frenking, Omaha, Neb. 
Mary S. Fritchtel, Chesterfield, Mo. 




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Paul E. Fuller, Mobile, Ala. 
Glenn D. Furth, Lake Forest, 111. 
Nancy M. Gadams, Lawrenceburg, 

Tenn. 
Debbie A. Gallo, Harahan, La. 



Matthew Gallo, Vero Beach, Fla. 
Pam A. Gallo, Harahan, La. 
Claire C. Galloney, Montrose, Ala. 
Kevin P. Galvin, Oak Park, 111. 



Brian P. Garland, Springboro, Ohio 
Sabine Gehrke, West Germany 
Michael F. Giorlando, New Orleans, 

La. 
Mark R. Gleeson, Chicago, 111. 



Mark A. Goetsch, Chicago, 111. 
Donald R. Graham, Grahslake, 111. 
Lamar Graham, Washington, Ind. 
Katherine T. Graves, New Orleans, 
La. 




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Mariterese Green, Exton, Pa. 
Robert L. Guise, East Moline, 111. 
Charles F. Gund, Pensacola, Fla. 
Walter N. Gundlach, New Orleans, 
La. 




Clayton M. Hall, New Orleans, La. 
William M. Hall, Nashville, Tenn. 
Georgia A. Hamilton, Pensacola, Fla. 
Stacy M. Hanley, Evanston, 111. 




William N. Hatenbach, Brentwood, 
Mo. 



Peter B. Hayes, Monroe, La. 




Paul L. Herbert, New Orleans, La. 





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Can't you read Padre? 



Mary E. Heck, Louisville, Ky. 
Stephen P. Hefferan, Norwalk, 

Conn. 
William N. Heintz, Tampa, Fla. 
Molly M. Henderson, Pensacola, Fla. 





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Lucille M. Hess, Metairie, La. 



Dawn A. Hewitt, Winter Park, Fla. 




Mark A. Higgins, Nashville, Tenn. 
Robert M. Holland, Nashville, Tenn. 
Patricia A. Hood, Metairie, La. 
Anne M. Horgan, Annandale, Va. 



Mary Beth Horgan, Annandale, Va. 
Mary J. Horkan, Tallahassee, Fla. 
Randy Howard, Mobile, Ala. 
Mary Ann Howen, East Lansing, 
Mich. 



Bucky Howie, Mobile, Ala. 
Bo Hudson, Mobile, Ala. 
Cynthia L. Hughes, Boca Raton, Fla. 
Robert F. Hulseman, Winnetka, 111. 



Lisa M. Hutto, Gautier, Miss. 
David F. Irwin, Brandon, Fla. 
Yvonne L. James, Oakbrook, 111. 
Jeannie L. Johnson, Mobile, Ala. 



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Every now and then Dean Burton joins in 
the campus activities. 



James B. Kendrick, Houston, Texas 
John C. Kendrick, Mobile, Ala. 
Kelly L. Kennedy, Mobile, Ala. 
Xavier F. Keogh, Amer. Embassy- 
Madrid. N.Y. 



Paul M. Kent, Gulf Breeze, Fla. 
Bruce B. King, Mobile, Ala. 
Thomas A. Kintz, Pensacola, Fla. 
Charles Klockenkemper, Pensacola, 
Fla. 



Katherine M. Kane, Wilmette, 111 
Mary Ellen Kearin, Chicago, 111. 



Charles W. Keating, Chicago, 111 
Colleen A. Keleher, Mobile, Ala, 




Eileen S. Kolf, Glenview, 111. 
James B. Konzen, Matteson, 111. 
Lynn M. Konzen, Matteson, 111. 



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Nannette S. LePeyre, Houma, La. 
Matthew E. Larkin, Miami, Fla. 
Charles A. LaRosa, Brooklyn, N.Y. 




Michael J. Koorie, New Orleans, La 
Karen Kuers, Dallas, Texas 
Patricia M. Kyger, Nashville, Tenn. 
Marc L. Lacolla, Bayport, N.Y. 



Clarence A. Lavin, Lake Worth, Fla. 
Daniel R. Lenoir, New Castle, Del. 
Thomas C. Leslie, Deerfield, 111. 



Mark A. Lewis, Lake Placid, Fla. 
Marina E. Libro, South Orleans, 
Mass. 



Nicholas A. Libro, South Orleans, 

Mass. 
James M. Link, Louisville, Ky. 





Weekend rugby games attract all sorts of strange 
people. 

Some students do use the Badgers Den for study- 
ing too. 



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Allan D. Long, Foley, Ala. 

Diane M. Long, Edgewater, Md. 

Eva J. Lopez-Mendez, Rio Piedras, 

P.R. 

Edward J. Lose, Huntsville, Ala. 



Denise A. Lounsberry, Nashville, 

Tenn. 

Linda A. Luckett, St. Louis, Mo. 

Suzanna MacDonnell, Atherton, Cal. 

Peter F. Main, New Orleans, La. 



Michael M. Manning, Miami, Fla. 
John X. Maritote, Roselle, 111. 
Melissa A. Marsden, Stone 
Mountain, Ga. 
John O. Marshall, Vicksburg, Miss. 



Amy L. Marten, Carmel, Ind. 
Edward J. Martin, Metairie, La. 
Sally S. Matlack, Lexington, Ky. 
Constance Matukas, Mountain 
Brook, Ala. 




Anne M. McAlpine, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla. 

Martha McAnany, Mission, Kan. 

Christine McCaffrey, Slidell, La. 





Michael P. McCarthy, Silver 

Springs, Md. 

Thomas F. McCarthy, Tampa, Fla. 



Katherine McCormick, Needham, 

Mass. 

Anna H. McCown, Mobile, Ala. 

Carol A. McErlean, Flossmoor, 111. 





Richard Nellis watching the action. 



Katheryn E. McGahan, Birmingham, 

Ala. 

Sean C. McGahan, Birmingham, Ala. 

Regina G. McGrath, Joliet, 111. 

Charlotte McGuire, Dallas, Texas 



Kenneth A. McKean, Louisville, Ky. 
Frances L. McLaney, Mobile, Ala. 
Kim M. McMahon, New Orleans, La. 
David W. Meek, Dallas, Texas 



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Michelle M. Menard, Metairie, La. 

Paul M. Merrill, Mobile, Ala. 

Deborah M. Mesmer, Oak Ridge, 

Tenn. 

Mignon A. Mestayer, Pascagoula, 

Miss. 





Brian A. Metzger, Arlington Heights, 
111. 



Gunther R. Michaelis, New Orleans, 
La. 



Monica seems to have lost a contact in her drink. 



Stephen A. Miller, Virginia Beach, 

Va. 
Anne L. Molinarolo, Muddy, 111. 
Mary D. Montrose, Lithis Springs, 

Ga. 



Richard R. Monts, Beaconfield, 

Canada 
Stephanie L. Moore, Mobile, Ala. 
Gerard A. Morris, Picayune, Miss. 
Mary E. Morris, Keystone Heights, 

Fla. 





Paul C. Milford, Marion, Ind 



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Kevin M. Morrissey, Albertson, N.Y. 
Patricia L. Moscal, Florissant, Mo. 
Colleen A. Mosher, Wilmette, 111. 
James V. Mowrey, Pensacola, Fla. 



Claudia M. Mueller, Brookfield, Wis. 
Lisa M. Murphy, Maitland, Fla. 
Athena M. Namen, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Michael P. Nash, Ft. Pierce, Fla. 



Bridgette H. Nass, Pensacola, Fla. 
Ann E. Naylon, Crosse Pointe Mich. 
Richard B. Nellis, Atlanta, Ga. 
Susan K. Newman, Montgomery, 
Ala. 



Edward T. Nichols, Foley, Ala. 



Kathryn R. Niesen, St. Louis, Mo. 



Tim E. Nolan, Lancaster, Ohio 



i\\ Hartenbach is overwhelmed once again with the great selection of food 
Morrisons. 



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Roberto A. Nuno, Miami, Fla. 



Kevin M. O'Connell, Milford, Ohio 



Patrick J. O'Connell, West Palm 
Beach, Fla. 



Timothy J. O'Connor, Florissant, Mo 
Maureen T. O'Grady, Arlington 

Heights, 111. 
Moses A. Ogunbiyi, Nigeria 
Jerry P. O'Leary, Potomac, Md. 



Roland T. O'Leary, Shreveport, La. 
Patrick F. O'Malley, Chicago, 111. 
David B. O'Neill, Hazlet, N.J. 
Denise C. O'Neill, Hazlet, N.J. 



Timothy J. O'Reilly, Rockville, Md. 
Margaret M. O'Rourke, Hanford, 

Cal. 
Casey O'Toole, St. Louis, Mo. 
Lynn M. Overbey, Mobile, Ala. 




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Eugene C. Parker, Eufaula, Ala. 
William G. Parrillo, Oak Brook, 111. 
Russell S. Parson, Baltimore, Md. 
Stephen G. Pate, Mobile, Ala. 



Robert B. Patterson, Tampa, Fla. 
Deborah L. Peck, Warren, N.J. 
Karen A. Pendergast, Miami Springs, 

Fla. 
Jennifer S. Pierce, Martinsville, Va. 



Frances Pilleteri, Mountain Brook, 

Ala. 
John D. Pilley, Tampa, Fla. 
Steven J. Polerecky, Glenview, 111. 
Christi Ponseti, Kenner, La. 



Matthew H. Ponseti, Metairie, La. 
Monica Ponseti, Metairie, La. 
Keith A. Porter, Fairhope, Ala. 



Gina M. Portuallo, Miami Shores, 

Fla. 
Luanne M. Preziosi, Brandon, Fla. 



Thomas R. Quain, Lake Forest, 111. 
Christine C. Rarick, St. Louis, Mo. 






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Hey Leila, Don't you nead a rope and a boat to 
ski? 



Pamela D. Rayfield, Dallas, Texas 
Nancy Rebarchak, Wilmette, III. 
Cecilia M. Redmann, New Orleans, 

La. 
Anna M. Reier, Aurora, 111. 



Gerald M. Reilly, Rockville, Md. 



Christopher L. Renter, Houston, 
Texas 



John D. Revell, Atlanta, Ga. 



Catherine Reynolds, Louisville, Ky. 
Gerald A. Reynolds, Chicago, 111. 
Paul F. Rizzuto, Roslyn, N.Y. 
Eugene G. Robichaux, Thibodaux, 
La. 



Marsha L. Robichaux, New Orleans, 

La. 
Mary W. Robinson, Mobile, Ala. 
Daniel V. Rodriguez, Jackson, Miss. 
Theresa A. Roh, Mobile, Ala. 




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Charles B. Ruckstuhl, Pensacola, 

Fla. 
Robert L. Russell, Huntsville, Ala. 
Robert R. Sajovetz, Tampa, Fla. 
David C. Salter, Mobile, Ala. 



Esther B. Sanchez, New Orleans, La. 



Barbara K. Sanford, Mobile, Ala. 



: Celia H. Sapp, Mobile, Ala. 



Bruce M. Sawyer, Spanish Fort, Ala. 
Christopher P. Saxer, Ft. Walton 

Beach, Fla. 
Mary E. Scarborough, Birmingham, 

Ala. 
Michael P. Schlitt, Vero Beach, Fla. 



Robert W. Schlitt, Vero Beach, Fla. 
Pier M. Schonekas, Harahan, La. 
John T. Schreiber, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
Mark E. Schroeder, Ft. Walton 
Beach, Fla. 



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Robert R. Schwarz, St. Louis, Mo. 
David P. Scripp, Chicago, 111. 
Jacqueline Serena, Franklin, Tenn. 
Eugene F. Sessa, Homewood, 111. 



William P. Shahan, Tullahoma, 

Tenn. 
John J. Shannon, La Grange, 111. 
Clifford C. Sharpe, Mobile, Ala. 
Thomas J. Sheehan, Mishawaka, Ind. 



George M. Simmerman, Pascagoula, 

Miss. 
Thomas E. Sisk, Summit, N.J. 
Michael Sissine 
Barbara A. Smith, Jacksonville, Fla. 



Cynthia M. Smith, Memphis, Tenn. 
Lydia A. Smith, Pensacola, Fla. 
Paul M. Smith, Lexington, Ky. 
Rebecca R. Smith, New Orleans, La. 



Barbara A. Stengel, Decatur, 111. 



Alex H. Stevens, Lake Clarke 
Shores, Fla. 



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Pookie, Jim and Ed take a break in the high grass during an annual sport event. 




Debra A. Stevens, West Palm Beach, 

Fla. 
Burdett Stilwell, Point Clear, Ala. 
William F. Sutton, Tampa, Fla. 
John L. Switzer, Pensacola, Fla. 



Philippa H. Taylor, Andulusia, Ala. 
John G. Teltsch, Atlanta, Ga. 
Marie J. Thomiszer, Skokie, 111. 
Sonja R. Thornton, Mobile, Ala. 



Roy S. Thrams, Pensacola, Fla. 
Margaret Tibbetts, Merritt Island, 

Fla. 
Arthur J. Tipton, Birmingham, Ala. 



Arthur K. Tonkinson, Tallahassee, 

Fla. 
Mary J. Touhy, Chicago, 111. 



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John E. Tresslar, Vincennes, Ind. 
William B. Trufant, Metairie, La. 
Paul D. Tugwell, Pensacola, Fla. 
Marty R. Turner, Opa Locka, Fla. 



Nancy E. Tyrrell, Brandonton, Fla. 
John E. Vaughn, University Heights, 

Ohio 
Wayne L. Vicknair, Harahan, La. 
Mary R. Vienhage, Springfield, Mo. 



Jack P. Wachtel, Tampa, Fla. 
John T. Wagener, Morton Grove, 111. 
Dwight D. Walker, Dunw^oody, Ga. 
Joyce E. Walker, Meridian, Miss. 




Robert L. Walsh, New Orleans, La 
Ann F. Ware, Pensacola, Fla. 
Lisa C. Weaver, Gulf Breeze, Fla. 
Lorie J. Wheelis, Pensacola, Fla. 




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Gregory M. Whibbs, Pensacola, Fla. 





Thomas }. Wynne, Nashville, Tenn. 
Mary A. York, Mobile, Ala. 
Jim J. Young, St. Louis, Mo. 
Gerard M. Zanolli, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
Karl J. Zimmermann, New Orleans, 
La. 



It works????? 



Kristen M. Whitlock, Anchorage, 

Alaska 
Thomas R. Whittington, Bellaire, 

Texas 
Joseph M. Wientage, St. Louis, Mo. 
Janet M. Willcox, Huntsville, Ala. 



Melissa C. Willcox, Lake Forest. 111. 
Angela Wilson, Mobile, Ala. 
Virginia M. Wilson, Nashville, Tenn. 



Anita K. Wolff, Enterprise, Ala. 
Mary L. Wooton, Louisville, Ky. 
Stephen T. Wylie, Alpharetta, Ga. 




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TEACHER OF THE YEAR 



DR. JOHN W. KANE 



Dr. John W. Kane, Associate Profes- 
sor of Physics was awarded the 
Teacher of the year for the academic 
year 1978-1979. Dr. Kane, as anyone 
can see from the pictures here, is a 
family man, a sportsman and a gener- 
ally fun-loving man. He treats all his 
students with great respect and consid- 
eration, and anyone knowing him 
would certainly agree that he deserved 
this award. 

Dr. Kane graduated from Spring Hill 
College and then went on to receive his 
Ph. D. in Physics from the University 
of Alabama. He is currently the head 
of the Science division and a member 
of the Board of Trustees. As many stu- 
dents will recall, Dr. Kane's pitching 
brought him to an undefeated spot at 
the end of the Intramural season. He 
also claims to be an avid water skier, 
although no present student has ever 
witnessed this feat. 

To many students Dr. John Kane is 
affectionately known as "Citizen", but 
to all students he will always be re- 
membered as an understanding in- 
structor deserving of this award. 






PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE 
FR. PAUL S. TIPTON 




Fr. Paul Tipton first came to Spring Hill 
College in 1972 to take the position of the 
President of the College. Since then he 
has worked diligently to make Spring Hill 
College what it is today. Although many 
students do not personally know Fr. Tip- 
ton, he does frequent many student activ- 
ities and enjoys the company of students 
on such occasions as local sailing 
regattas. 

Fr. Tipton is one of the few Jesuits, 
much less College presidents taking resi- 
dence in one of the college dormitories, 
that being the notorious Walsh Hall. Fr. 
Paul Tipton is loyal to Spring Hill Col- 
lege, its students, faculty and adminis- 
trators. He is willing to take part in any 
student activities and shows a great con- 
cern for the better education of the 
Spring Hill College students. 




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FACULTY 




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Maria Barcelon, Chemistry 




Samuel Betty, Economics 



Charles Boyle, English 




Richard Cheney, Biology 




Henry Davis, English 



CPT. Lawrence Dearmon, Military Service 



Stephen Daniel, Philosophy 




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Edward DeRussy, S.J., Special Instructor 
Fr. Albert Foley, Human Relations Center 







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Fr. Louis Eisele, Prof. Emeritus, Physics 
Fr. Walter Furman, Math 



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Sr. Rosina Fieno, Sociology 




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George Gilmore, Theology 



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Fr. Joseph Hsiao, Math 



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Fr. Ernest Jacques, Theology 



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Bettie Hudgens, Communications 




Alexander Landi, Political Science 



Patrick Madigan, S.J., Philosophy 



Barbara Nolan, English 



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David Sauer, English 



Charles Salter, Psychology 



150 




Fr. Christopher Viscardi, Theology 



Charles Smoke, English 




Albert Vannucci, Political Science 




Cathy Wells, Biology 



John Welch, History 



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ADMINISTRATION 





Sr. Ruth Hall, Campus Ministry 



Fr. Charles Coyle, Counciling 



Fr. Thomas Hoffmann, Campus Ministry 




Fr. Elwood Hecker, Counseling 
John Burton, Dean of Students 



Carol Bayer Student Life 



Adele Gwatkin, CDC 

Larry Kerr, Student Activiti 





Br. Gerald Landry, Asst. to Dean 



Jane Wilson, Bernadette Smith, Development 



Ann Ryan, Housing 



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Peggy Hawkins, Susan Sturgeon, Development 

Carol Ann McAleer, Finance 



Chuck Ash, Media Services 
Katherine Simon, Comptroller 



Robert Johnson. Development 
Laurie Lambert, Donna Cazalas, Business 





Br. Francis Hinze, S.J. Central Supply 



C.A. Greene, Executive Housekeeper 



Connie Hail, Plant Services 



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William McKeever, Director of Plant Services 



Br. Ferrel Blank, Director of Maintenance 



Stella Sharpe, Presidents Office 




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Kathy Eiland, Wanda Hall, Bookstore 



Beth Cheney, Humanities 




Sally Shaub, Judith Byrd, Admissions 



Vernon Von Feldt, Director ofj 
Admissions 



Debbie Smith, Sheila Ash, Admissions 





Library: Loretta Johnson, William Liv- 
ingston, Diane Williams. 



Library: Mrs. Marcia Findley, Lee McCann, 
Margaret Hulse. 





Mrs. Isabella Moore, Mrs. Rose Russell, 
Mrs. Lillian Betty, Barbara Jackson. 



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Grounds: Solomon Williams, John Mar- 
ston, Eddy Jenkins, George Autry. 



Custodial: Mary Holt, Mildred Taylor, Ce- 
lestine Singleton, Minnie Pearl Miller, Bar- 
bara Browe, Cynthia Parker, Dorothy 
Slaughter, Emaunuel Howard, Maxine 
Perry, Pete Slaughter, John Washington, 
Annie Nell Isom. 




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Danny Herrell, James Washington, 
Willie Millender, Howard William, 
Benny Dewitt, James Cevan. 



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Congratulations to 



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Our Graduating Senior 
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SHC ALPHABET 



A 



is for All-nighters . . . 
You begin with enthusiasm, adr- 
enalin, and self determination; the 
job must be done. It might be a pa- 
per, exam, practice set, lab report, or 
deadline. But IT must be done 
tonight. So you start the coffee boil- 
ing and pop corn machine popping 
and settle back under the single desk 
light in the corner of the room. By 
the middle of the night, your eyes 
can't stay open any more and your 
roommate rolls over one more time 
to tell you to turn out the light or 
else. When the sun finally comes up, 
you sigh in relief. As you get up 
from your desk you notice the calen- 
dar and discover that the project 
wasn't due for another week. 

JUj is for Emergency Exit . . . 

No matter what meal you are 
trying to enjoy in the comfortable 
cafeteria, some idiot always seems 
to think its amusing to run out the 
back emergency door and let the 
alarm ring for at least a half of a 
minute. 

-T is for the Fire Alarm . . . 

You've just lathered the soap all 
over your arms, or maybe you've al- 
ready hit the sack, but either way, 
the fire alarm always has a way of 
ringing through the dorm. The R.A.'s 
are all yelling at you to get out of the 
building. So you start down the 
stairs falling into the stream of 
grouchy people, but something is 
not quite right. Every now and then 
you notice a member of the opposite 
sex slinking out the back door. But 
weren't parietals over three hours 
ago? Finally outside, you notice that 
the temperature has dropped at least 
ten degrees and since we are in Mo- 
bile, its most likely raining. What- 
ever the reason or predictament, ev- 
eryone will try to blame someone 
else tomorrow. 




B 



is for Beer . . . 
For those of you who have been 
here long enough, you have prob- 
ably noticed that a student function 
is nothing without the running tap- 
per. A can of Bud becomes an every- 
day item after a student has made it 
through the orientation week. 



D 



C 



is for the Chapel . . . 
Do you know what the inside 
looks like? 



is for Dating . . . 
Everyone talks about it but very few 
do it on a regular basis. Many people 
talk about it as though it were a disease 
acquired at SHC but we have discov- 
ered that it is a nationwide affliction. 
The only thing unique to SHC is that 
once you have been seen with a mem- 
ber of the opposite sex more than 
twice, you are labelled a campus 
couple. 



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G 



is for GDI's . . . 
The largest organization on the 
campus. You don't have to rush or 
go through hell night, and there 
aren't any dues. It's a well known 
fact at Spring Hill College that if 
you aren't a GDI you have no social 
life at all and might as well stay 
home with a good book. 



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H 



is for Housing . . . 
Assumption, Toolen, O'Leary, Mo- 
bile or Walsh, anyway you look at it 
they are all about the same. . . . 
Overcrowded. But seriously, they do 
have their advantages. For those of 
you who would like central location 
there is always Assumption for your 
best bet. Then there is always the 
impenetrable Toolen at the front of 
campus. For the more elite and prac- 
tical minded, spatious, soundproof, 
and dry O'Leary with its private 
beach should suit you just fine. For 
all the comforts of home, you could 
move into the newly constructed ul- 
tramodern Mobile Hall. But for the 
broadest outlook on life, there is 
Walsh, the highest building on cam- 
pus overlooking the handsome 
maintenance shack. 



is for Campus Insecurity . . . 
We must commend these brave 
crime fighters chasing down water bal- 
loon throwers in their speedy golf carts 
and making numerous arrests on ille- 
gally parked cars (who always resist 
arrest). All these men are graduates of 
the James Bond Double Naught spy 
school and are highly trained in the art 
of turning off lights and locking up 
doors. 

J is for Jesuits . . . 

Yes folks believe it or not this is a Je- 
suit run Institution. You can usually 
spot them wearing a starched white 
collar and all black attire . . . fashions 
by Gucci. 



L 



is for Louie . . . 
Brother Landry's side kick. There is 
rumor that Louie will be offered an im- 
portant position in the administration 
next year, probably treeing squirrels. 



M 



is for Morrisons . . . 
Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz, oh what a 
relief it is?? 



N 



is for Nicotine fits . . . 
Whether you live in a dorm or 
not, you can always spot a smoker 
late at night when he's out of ciga- 
rettes and starting to have withdra- 
wal pains . . . Yes, the Nicotine Fit 
strikes again. 

V_y is for the Oak Trees . . . 

As if Spring Hill didn't already 
have enough they allow the Junior 
Misses to plant a new one every year 
behind the Library. Well at least 
when all the teachers retire, they 
will have a place to sit in their rock- 
ing chairs and waste the rest of their 
lives . . . The Live Oak Forest. 



P 



is for Pot . . . 
It used to be something that you 
cooked your brownies in, now it's 
something that you cook in your 
brownies. 





Q 



is for the Quarter Note . . . 

This is the Torch's dedication to 

Greta who has kept many an SHC 

student happy after the campus 

events have died down for the night. 



R 



is for Rain, Rain and More Rain 



Required gear at Spring Hill Col- 
lege is a canoe, a wet suit and other 
essential deep sea diving gear. 
Whether you say heart of Dixie or 
the heart of the Monsoon season, 
you're right. 



O is for Station Two . . . 

Many thought it has disappeared 
for good, but low and behold, the 
couches reappeared for a few weeks 
in April, and the guys began judging 
the local sights once more. But soon 
Station Two was disbanned once 
more. Many students will agree that 
Station Two was really only for 
people who had no room to talk. 










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is for Torch . . . 
Like a Torch upon the hilltop, blaz- 
ing in the night, Stands our noble alma 
mater, ever blazing forth the light. Hail 
to thee Spring Hill. 




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